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christie. >> greta: they've got to fix the problems and stop relying on the federal government. they're going to constantly need money. >>> president obama gets slammed by a very unhappy citizen. wait to you hear what the sides is saying and you will. you tell us. is he justified. >>> in two minutes, if you think lawmakers aren't doing enough to solve our fiscal problems take a look at this former senator, he's going to extreme measures to avoid the cliff. why does he think this wild video will help? more of the video you can't miss in just two minutes. embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer up to 9 months. [ male announcer ] because enbrel®, etanercept, suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes
has put her there. there are unanswered questions why we didn't have security for christy veins, why we couldn't get security there why it took so long to admit it was terrorist attack. so the president has putter in a difficult position, floating her name as secretary of state but not nominating her and having her come to thisol and do interviews with unanswered questions. it's unfair. >> are you making her the scapegoat, senator? >> no. we're trying to get the answers. every single member, even senator graham and senator mccain came back and said they're willing to listen to her. they have had a difficult meeting this week. susan collins still has questions. i have questions, and i'm sure the american people do. so we need to get the benghazi situation behind us, get the facts out, and make sure we never lose an american ambassador again because our defense mechanisms were asleep at the switch. >> since the cia says they were the one who developed the talking points, and she merely recited the talking points, why blame her for failing either in the intelligence community or in the
in the pack of the usual suspects. we can talk about a few of them. marko rubio and there is it chris christy might be one. in jeb bush. >> in fact there is it a deep bench i think on the republican side. there is it a lot of the people who would be possibly . who will want to come forward. it might be and it is possible 2016 will be a fracous on the republican side and a stately walking toward the coronation on the democraticic side. i say that within the context of knowing that four years of history can turn a number of things on their head. >> what about a third party candidate. earlier this year. 30 percent of people said they were republicans and demcreates and rest independent. >> the country is ripe. i have seen the response that the elictorate offers in the real world activities to that . dana, there is a problem. the electoral system in this country make its extremely difficult for third party candidate to emerge. peggy wrote about there is so much dissatisfaction in the electorate there is it a desire for alternatives to emerge particularly in the center. >> great transition to my n
this point. governor christie in new jersey gets extraordinarily high marks from everybody in the region because he stayed on top of this for weeks and weeks on end, and i think there's legitimate criticism of the president to do the fly in and be the comforter in chief and then to see him heading off for these vacations. i think there's got to be real anger and anxiety on some of the victims. this is the mayor of new york. if you're talking staten island, the governor is in washington, dc asking for more funds. really, that's the richest city in the country in one of the richest states. with fema behind them, they ought to have the resources to really get on top of this. >> they should have been prepared. >> they should have been better prepared and it should not have taken a month to get some of these people into shelter. >> pat, i have a question for you. we had the jersey shore 1992, your big speech. >> lanny loved it. >> people on the floor loved it. >> you helped us win the election, pat. >> now, we had on mtv jersey shore. now we've got a new show coming up called buck wild. >> ri
like-- the president said he's going to cuts through the red tape. governor christie -- we have only 30 seconds left. your thought on whether the president's still on top of this one. >> i am sure he is. i know he meant everything he said. but if you want to cut red tape, have you to cut red tape to cut the red tape. it's terrible what had has happened to so many. tom, i hope that fema's watching and i hope that fema gets extra help and i hope they help you and everybody else in your area. thank you for joining us. you know, we will have you back if nothing's changed in two weeks or even a week. let us know. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, tom. >> coming up, mccain and kerry. is it a new comedy team? why the senators got big laughs on capitol hill today. that's next. two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. d bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,0
like this. and their importance. >> eric: this christie-booker thing is going to get interesting quick. >> andrea: the united states senate rejected a u.n. treaty. [ laughter ] u.n. treaty aimed at banning discrimination against individuals with disabilities. led by senator mike lee. he came out and said our cancers with the convention in the u.n. have nothing to do with the lack of the disabled around the world. this is basically letting families make the best decisions for their kids with special needs. with a brotherer with special needs it should be up to family where they send their children to school. not the united states. it take my hat off. i'm not wearing one. i can see him smiling. take my hat off to the republican senators that led the charge. >> eric: greg. >> greg: i am going to talk about my book. sold out on amazon for a week which is cool but you can get it. if you can't get it at am mon, you can get it barnes & nobles or anything else. apologize for that. weird. >> bob: my one more thing is you are, your book gave me incentive to write my own book. here it is. look at
wal walker. walker. christie out of guarn teen and jeb and the up and coming senators like kelly ayotte. ted cruz from texas. >> bret: susana martinez. >> exactly. a loa lot -- long and inspiring list of the few leaders with ide log call energy and intellectual depth. economassuming our economy is sl around is going to mark an open seat. since 5953. with -- 1953, one party held the white house for two term, they have been kicked out. the one exception is reagan reagan-bush. calendar of history is you get two terms. the other guy will come in. this is a prize and it will bring out, i think, the best young leaders. >> bret: right now, people are tired of the election. but about the messaging and from the speeches did you hear a framing of a new conservative message? >> yes. in a sense the return to old conservative message. but i expect to hear reform conservative a bit in the coming years. what sets apart the people that charles mentioned, particularly these two fellows is the fact that they came to washington -- they ran for office to do something and get stuff done. the republic
without any opportunity to get my personal belongings. >> nick, i hope governor christie is listening because he's certainly said he's going to help people and president obama said he will cut through the red tape. i hope someone is listening because you sure deserve answers and i thank you for joining us tonight. i hope it helps. >> thank you for having me, greta, thank you very much. >> watch out american idol, this there is no mass-produced human. every human being is unique. and there is one store that recognizes it. the sleep nuer store. the only place in the world you'll find the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. an exclusive collection of innovations that totally individualize your sleep. perfectly comfortable pillows that adjust to your size and shape. temperature-balancing bedding. dual warmth comforters. all designed around the sleep number bed: a bed with dual-air technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. in the name of human individuality: the sleep number collection. discover how our sleep professionals ca
governor. rather new jersey governor chris christie and andrew cuomo initially asked washington for about 79 billion dollars to rebuild their states and they are now thanking the president for his 60.4 billion dollars commitment and the white house wrote a letter to congress yesterday that says these are funds necessary to finance a needed recovery effort and to help the the region prepare for future challenges, including future severe storms and coastal flooding, swells impacts associated with a changing climate. but, amid the debt debate in d.c., there are questions how easy it will be to get congress to write such a big check and speaker boehner's spokesman says we will review it and al rogers says it's up to congress to help those hurt by sandy, but also our responsibility during these tight budget times to make sure that the victims of this storm are getting the most of every single recovery dollar, and to ensure that the disaster funds are timed and targeted in the most efficient and appropriate manner. the democratic senator from new york has acknowledged now that this is going to
cuomo a democrat and new jersey governor chris christie a republic originally told the white house they wanted $79 billion just for new york and new jersey. the white house instead asked congress for this $60.4 billion. the white house office of management and budget sent a letter to speaker of the house john boehner to say that this $60.4 billion would be, quote: funds necessary to finance a needed recovery effort and to help the region prepare for future challenges, including future storms, severe storms and coastal flooding as well as impact associated with a changing climate. governor cuomo and governor christie thanked president obama for all this money in a statement, this pledged money and the senators from their states chuck schumer, frank lautenberg, kristen gillibrand all democrats said this $60.4 billion is a good start but they acknowledged that congress has other things on its plate and this money is not all guaranteed. some members they think might push for some spending cuts to offset all this new spending. they said, quote: this is going to be a tough fight in the
in the most efficient and appropriate manor. new jersey governor chris christie and andrew cuomo originally asked for about $79 billion. and even though this $60.4 billion is much less, they are thankful for president obama's commitment and the democratic senators from new york and new jersey say that this is going to be a tough fight in congress given the fiscal cliff. and some members have not been friendly to disaster relief. but the care with which this package has been putting to has given us a good head start. after hurricane katrina, the government ended up spending more than $120 billion in aid to affected areas. many lawmakers this weekend are saying they think $60.4 billion for sandy relief is a good start. rick? >> thanks very much. peter doosey in cash -- in washington. >> december 1972, and a hope to return. a private company is picking up the mission and planing to make lunar travel affordable to anyone with an extra $1.5 billion. doug mcelway has the story. >> we realize it is the stuff of science fiction. we intend to make it science fact. >> it would appear too incredible.
suspects, we could talk about a few of them. there's rubio and there's others, and chris christie might be one although some people might disagree with that. >> and jeb bush, in fact, there's a very deep bench, i think, on the republican side. there's a lot of people who will be possible, and who will want to come forward. it might be-- it's possible 2016 will turn into quite a fracus on the republican side and a stately walking towards the coronation on the democratic side. i mean, i say that within the context of knowing that four years of history can turn any number of things on their head. >> what about a third party candidate possibility? earlier this year, gallup said only 30% of people said they were democrats, 30% republican, the rest were independent. is the country ripe for a third party candidate? >> the country is ripe and i've worked on those efforts myself and seen the response that the electorate offers in polls and real world activities to that. there's a problem. the electoral system in this country makes it extremely difficult for third party candidates to emerge. at t
christie. joining us now to lament that his state tops the list adam carolla. you are not surprised about this. >> no, not at all. as a matter of fact i had a great example of why we are last. it happened to me over the weekend. on friday, i was in winnipeg, canada and when i checked into the hotel, they said oh, you know who is in the room right next to yours? samuel l. jackson. and i thought what the hell is he doing in winnipeg in november? it's horrible. the weather is horrible. i remembered oh he is shooting a movie in winnipeg. then i realized, that's right. he lives in beverly hills but he does all his work in winnipeg and other parts of canada, meaning samuel l. jackson the small business just picks up and leaves to avoid the unions and taxes. i'm a fan of samuel l. vaction jacuzzi and i will apologize apologize -- jacuzzi and i will apoll jackson. the movie takes place in l.a. >> forgive me for explaining the point. in california they used to shoot most of the movies in los angeles, hollywood. the film capital of the world. but the expenses are so now onerous because of the union
the red tape and of course, governor christie in new jersey. we only have 30 seconds left. your thought on whether the president is still on top of this one. >> well, i'm sure he is, and i know he meant everything he said, but he forgot one thing. if you want to cut red tape, you have to cut red tape to cut the red tape. >> greta: well, it's certainly terrible what's happened to so many. so many have suffered in this storm as well as other storms. tom, i hope fema's watching and i hope they get extra help and i hope they help you and everybody else in your area. >> thank you. > >> greta: thanks for joining us. we'll have you back if nothing's has changed in two weeks or a week. let us know, okay? >> thank you so much. >> greta: coming up, mccain and kerry. is it a new comedy team? see why the senators got big laughs on capitol hill today. that's next. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing w
. megyn: new jersey governor chris christie telling fema the storm cost $39 billion in damage. new jersey is asking the feds to cover almost all of that. in new york 305,000 homes and 265,000 businesses are destroyed or damaged. governor cuomo is asking for $33 billion to rebuild and $9 billion more to prevent future storm damage. a horrifying story involving the random violence that was once a part of new york city's reputation but is now much more rare. it happened yesterday when a father was shoved in front of a moving subway train by a total stranger and it was all caught on tape. >> people said a panhandler was harassing passengers, and a man wind to the panhandler wind to him to try to calm him down saying you are scaring passengers. as the announcement for the rain came. witnesses say the panhandler picked the man you and physically threw him onto the tracks. >> i was in the back of the platform and the train came to an abrupt -- pulling into the station. next thing you know you heard people yelling, the train was 3/4 into the platform. >> reporter: people began running towards the
into what she'll say. christy said i doubt there will be new answers from secretary clinton and i hope her testimony will lead to obama's testimony. butch says he thinks secretary clinton will blame the intel community unless emails are released that show she knew otherwise. we'll have more of your responses later on. >>> the developing story out of california. the tulare county sheriff's department has a suspect in custody after a shooting on an indian reservation that left three dead and four wounded. the statement on the sheriff department website says 31-year-old hector celaya was tracked using his cell phone. he was in his car with his two young daughters when pulled over. they say he shot at deputies and they fired back. sell i can't -- they got a 911 call shots were fired on the reservation. we'll keep you updated. >>> josh present is charged with allegedly killing his teammate. he was arrested after he flipped his car and was suspected of drunk driving. he's charged with intoxication manslaughter. jerry was killed in the accident. the two played together at the university of illino
governor chris christie of new jersey had the exact attitude about jersey shore, said no good could come from the show only serves to perpetuate false stereotypes, under pleasant sort of repugnant images. the jersey shore people aren't in new jersey. >> mike: staten island, new york. >> alisyn: thank you. you've got to go deep into jersey to get this. and anyway, joe manchin wants mtv-- he knows it's only going to perpetuate stereotypes of west virginia and here is what he said. instead of showcasing the beauty of our state, you preyed on young people coaxing them into displaying shameful behavior and now you're profiting from it. >> clayton: i lived in west virginia, beautiful, beautiful people and towns and nicest people you would meet and never met anyone that looked or acted like the morons you're seeing in the show. i covered some depressed poverty stricken areas, certainly during floods and i never et met anyone like that. >> alisyn: they weren't doing geller shots and fist bumps constantly. >> clayton: driving around on the back of a truck half naked, wait. >> alisyn: you did see
wife called. christy called and said there had been an accident and first didn't think it would be that bad and word came in that it was very serious. and we arranged a series of conference calls with the doctors and at one point, the doctor said to me, i asked her, how, what she thought was going to happen she couldn't tell, she couldn't guarantee he would live another 15 minutes. at that point i asked both of my brothers to find a catholic priest to give bobby the last rites. >> alisyn: bobby, do you remember the accident? >> no, i don't. no recollection at all. >> alisyn: what's the first thing that you remember afterwards? >> first thing i remember afterwards was waking up in the hospital. >> alisyn: and of course, shocked that you knew that your life was forever changed. >> absolutely shocked, yeah. >> alisyn: bob, as a result of all of this, you left your high powered job, so that you could attend to bobby, but in the midst of this for some reason, you took on a new venture where you wanted to help veterans find jobs after coming back from the battlefield. why did you want
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